“I’m only responsible for what I say, not for what you understand”

Here I am, a few feet above the ground, a few stones weighing about, much life and many moons drifted; with some trudged, though, I feel that too was gifted.

‘The Apology of Socrates’ by Plato, I haven’t read but know what in it is seated; the same story; of many to one calling to shame despite his life lived the best way it was gifted.

I am no Plato nor I feign to be Socratic, having lived my years with my decisions sifted, am I called to shame despite my life lived the best way it was gifted?

Friends a few I had; fewer still good ones; on the fingers of one hand I can count those who stayed, despite my all that I understood I was, I stayed; yet, do I hear as though of many to one calling to shame despite my life lived the best way it was gifted?

My mind and I share some yet still differ in much, I have loved every day lived as such; I think I still hear many to one from the shadows calling to shame despite my life lived the best way it was gifted.

Life had for me a gift stored; and now, I live the gift that life for me adored; in my sacred space this gift and I reside, and she never did give me a chide; nor called to shame because she knows that despite our lives, our life together will be lived the best way it was gifted.





It is my apprehension if you are indeed in every dimension.

If not in every dimension then why do I dread you with this apprehension.

Or has it just become a fashion to stare towards your station.

Even when you might be looking back with the same question.

And be in a similar situation.

So, it is my apprehension if you are indeed in every dimension.

And is it that all this is is one from one to another dimension;

But with apprehension;

Asking the same question.



Get a real cause.

Own it § Stand for it § Create IMPACT!

This post is inspired by my interactions and first hand experiences with the voluntary sector for a number of years. My views here are also much influenced by my understanding of experiences and challenges that coordinators and voluntary sector leaders who have observed and face commitment issues with volunteers on almost a daily basis. Active conversations and reflections with those who  manage, run, coordinate and lead voluntary cause-based  initiatives forms the basis of my views. And here we are talking about aggregate of decades of experience and involvement in cause-based issues.  
An interesting and timely Facebook conversation  on this topic seeded in me the idea of writing this post to address a real issue that we all must address on our own individual levels after doing a fair and unbiased assessment of ourselves…..

Depending on which part of the world you live in, there are so many things that our lives directly touch. There are also so many more things that need to change and where our involvement can actually make a difference in making this world a better place; but these go untouched & unnoticed even when they happen right before our eyes. So what CAUSE should one “Own” and “Stand for”? The answer lies in the question. 

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Bhrigu pankaj Prashar

 15 Things Highly Confident People Do Not Do

“Highly confident people believe in their ability to achieve. If you don’t believe in yourself, why should anyone else put their faith in you? To walk with swagger and improve your self-confidence, watch out for these fifteen things highly confident people don’t do.”

Daniel Wallen

  1. They don’t make excuses
  2. They don’t avoid doing the scary thing
  3. They don’t live in a bubble of comfort
  4. They don’t obsess over the opinions of others
  5. They don’t judge people
  6. They don’t let lack of resources stop them
  7. They don’t make comparisons
  8. They don’t find joy in people pleasing
  9. They don’t need constant reassurance
  10. They don’t avoid life’s inconvenient truths
  11. They don’t quit because of minor setbacks
  12. They don’t require anyone’s permission to act
  13. They don’t limit themselves to a small toolbox
  14. [They don’t accept anything and everything they find somewhere as “truth” w.o thinking about it]

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Shackelton, Bhrigu Pankaj Prashar

Today, how many will take this up?

 If you want to lead, improve and grow, separate what you do and what you go through, from who you are. §

“Shackleton’s spirits were wonderfully irrepressible considering the heartbreaking reverses he has had to put up with and the frustration of all his hopes for this year at least. One would think he had never a care on his mind & he is the life & soul of half the skylarking and fooling in the ship.”

Frank Arthur Worsley, Captain, Endurance